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Recruiting: City Watch

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What's a good way for any noble to serve the king in the capital? Why, by joining the goldcloaks! Message Rylla Tyrell for any questions, or look at their CDB entries for more info!

Open Characters: 

Dennis Lannister, Commander of the Gate of the Gods - Dennis is pious, honorable, and dutiful man, having sacrificed an eye in Dorne while attempting to save King Daeron. As a Lannister he has many options for political RP, and as a Commander in the City Watch he also has the option to create and lead RP regarding issues in the city. See Jonn Lannister with any questions.

Alek Reyne, Commander of the Iron Gate - The younger brother of the Lord of Castamere, Alek Reyne is extremely ambitious and will stop at nothing to expand his power and influence. As ruthless in court as he is in the battlefield, he doesn't care who he has to step over on his way to the top, although he is not without scruples and etiquette and prefers to carry out his plans as cleanly as possible.

Anton Piper, Commander of the Lion Gate - Second son of the heir to Pinkmaiden, this knight of the Riverlands has risen highly to the Commander of the Lion Gate - perhaps apt, as he has become the second husband of Melissa Lannister, cousin of the Lord of Casterly Rock. And he seems to reflect the lion of Lannister much more than the "Brave and Beautiful" lady of Pinkmaiden - his personality is an entirely cold, stiff, and clinical person.

Tasmund Celtigar, Officer of the City Watch of King's Landing - Nephew of the Lord of Claw Isle, this quiet and curious man of the Narrow Sea has been a member of the City Watch for years.

Kennard "Kegs" Melcolm, Officer of the City Watch of King's Landing - This knight of King's Landing's City Watch is considered a ne'er do well in King's Landing, and is far too fond of drink and song. But, he is also a loyal friend, and well-liked by the smallfolk of Flea Bottom.

Eben Bolling, Officer of the City Watch of King's Landing - Son of Denys Bolling, master-at-arms of the Red Keep, and Tylarra Beesbury, and the husband of Lynett Storm, a woman of a bastard branch of House Baratheon. His intellect works at a painfully plodding pace, though the men of the City Watch know him to be a brilliant investigator. 

Halwin Selmy, Officer of the City Watch of King's Landing - Second son of the Lady of Harvest Hall, Sebara, and Ser Faron Tarly, this unmarried member of the City Watch has a history of committing brutal acts in war -- though in person, he is quite a genial man. His cousin Malon is also a member of the City Watch, and might be a good option if you're looking to join the game with a friend.

Malon Selmy, Officer of the City Watch of King's Landing - Cousin of the Lady of Harvest Hall, he deeply values his vows as a knight, and while a little temperamental, he is good-natured enough. His cousin Halwin is also a member of the City Watch, and might be a good option if you're looking to join the game with a friend. 

Un-CG'ed Members:

Sherett Follard, Officer of the City Watch of King's Landing - When pirates threatened the city, his wife, Leonylla Buckwell, took her own life and threw herself from the Red Keep. How has the Crownlands knight coped with the traumatic experience? Does he wish for his son, Willas, to have another mother?

Keep in mind that you can CG quite a lot of characters to already be members of the City Watch!

Restricted Members (You need to have played 1 year + ElseMU and have RP logs):

Halder Frey, "A Twin of the Crossing," Officer of the City Watch of King's Landing - Being the second-born of Lord Frey's twins, Halder Frey has and always will be a soldier, destined to follow. As a soldier, he believes in a chain of command, even in everyday life. Walder was his elder twin and he found it to be only natural that he should follow him. Upon Walder's death, he transferred such loyalty to Walder's son and the new heir to the Crossing, Orland. He rarely factors in his personal sentiment or ambition when following these two and on the rare occasions that he does, he deeply regrets it, one of those occasions being the day Walder died. 

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